Oh, the beauty of the risk. The intrigue of the blind buy is you may end up with a thrilling fulfilling euphoria that leaves you tickled pink...but more likely you'll end up with something incredibly incompatible, disappointing, and you'll at least make a significant effort to make it work. In the course of trying to make it work, you might find there are plenty of interesting, even fascinating, aspects to your perfume. You may contrarily want to fling it against the wall. Oh, the beauty of the
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I was on a thread here today, when something hit me.
We were talking about how some very popular men's designer fragrances, much loved at the moment by most of the world, are completely unloved here. These fragrances are nice enough, but they just don't grab anybody's
Originally Posted by Dasher
Comments invited to suggest a path through the sea of hundreds (at least) Vetiver-centered scents on the market.
Vetiver can be Green and wet, or it can be smokey and dry. It can wax floral or turn dirty and musky. But it almost always lasts and lasts. It tends to evolve as it dries down lending dimension to an otherwise linear juice. Once dry it can develop powder, sweet or spice. It is frequently blended with woods, but is a grass/root itself.
I've never even smelled a Creed perfume, but when I'm next in London, I'm going to test a few. Do you aficionados have any recommendations for me, Creed wise? My personal tastes range from Agent Provocateur and Diane (the new Von Furstenberg) to Gucci Rush, Elie Saab and J'Adore. Which Creed, if any, will I like? Thank you, oh wise fellow perfumeheads!
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